Armagnac


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dry brandy distilled in the Armagnac district of France

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Offering vintage Armagnacs, cognacs, premium alcohol cocktails, vodkas, wines and of course, a variety of perfectly chilled champagnes; oyster's preferred partner in crime.
Neglected internationally for many years, the fortunes of Armagnac are on an upswing lately, with the governmental agency in charge reporting sales in the U.
The smoothness and round mouth feel of brandy, Cognac, Armagnac and pisco make them more approachable for newbies than other spirits, not to mention a welcome addition to cocktails.
A good get-ahead dessert to have up your sleeve is ice-cream and it doesn't get much more festive than this delicious prune and Armagnac ice-cream.
She continued: "Then you need to feed the cake with Armagnac or brandy.
The second sweet I have chosen is rice pudding served with prunes and armagnac, which again is a classic dessert that we have taken and tweaked to create a modern, restaurant-standard adaptation.
The best prunes come from Agen, in Agenais, which is also Armagnac country.
Fans swear the Pinot Noir-based elixirs from Germain-Robin outdo brandies from more famous places like Cognac and Armagnac.
WAITROSE SUMMER COCKTAIL BAR Tantalise your tastebuds with a refreshing cocktail or two at the 'Waitrose Summer Cocktail Bar', while soaking up the festival atmosphere ARMAGNAC MULE CREATED BY MARK JENNER FROM THE COBURG BAR AT THE CONNAUGHT HOTEL, LONDON Armagnac Lime juice Angostura Aromatic Bitters Ginger ale Sugar syrup ENGLISH GARDEN Gin Pressed apple juice Lime juice PINK GIN AND TONIC Gin Angostura Aromatic Bitters Tonic water KIR ROYALE Champagne Crme de cassis BAY BREEZE Vodka Cranberry juice Pineapple juice CUBA LIBRE Rum Lime juice Coca cola
It already supplies the big four with wine, but importer Bibendum has revealed plans to launch its spirits into supermarkets--starting with a renaissance for French spirit Armagnac.
Eminent Armagnac House Presents a Rare Tasting Experience
For the pork jowl croutons: In bowl, combine Armagnac, peppercorns,
The Kobrand spirits unit will be presided over by its vice president and director of spirits Tom Congdon, and will include brands such as Alize, Delamain Grand Champagne Cognac, Depaz Blue Cane Amber Rhum, Cafe Boheme and Larressingle Armagnac.
The airport operator said that the passenger, who was travelling to Beijing, China, purchased several leading wine vintages including: a bottle of Chateau Mouton-Rothschild 1945 wine; a bottle of Armagnac 1900; a Cotes de Rhone Hermitage la Chapelle 1978; and a very rare cognac dating from 1806.
Last week we omitted to mention producers and stockists for armagnac.